Prestige Prince George Lodge


Welcome to Prestige Prince George Lodge, a new addition to the Prestige family. Formerly known as Four Points by Sheraton Prince George, Prestige Prince George Lodge promises to be your ultimate Prince George getaway, offering comfort and relaxation like never before.

Conveniently located across the highway from its sister property, Prestige Treasure Cove Resort, guests have the flexibility to choose Prestige, no matter which direction they are travelling.

Our comfortable rooms feature amenities such as free WiFi, TVs, air conditioning, and refrigerators, ensuring a comfortable stay for all guests. The Lodge offers a range of amenities, including a pool and fitness room.



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dog friendly rooms

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The largest city in Northern BC, Prince George is the perfect balance of urban life and stunning wilderness. Visitors entering the city at the junction of Highway 97 and Highway 16 will be greeted by Mr. PG, an eccentric statue created to symbolize the importance of forestry to the area.

Surrounded by pristine forests and lakes, explore the beauty of nature minutes away from the city. Cross-country skiing is popular during the winter months with fishing, hiking, and golf dominating the summer activities. 

The arts and cultural scene in Prince George is dynamic and colorful. Enjoy performances from Prince George Symphony Orchestra, browse the collection of artwork at Two Rivers Gallery, and learn about the importance of the railway at the Central BC Railway & Forestry Museum.

Visit Tourism Prince George for more information!

Prestige Prince George Lodge would like to acknowledge that the land on which the resort resides and where our guests visit today is situated on the unceded, traditional territory of the Lheidli T’enneh Peoples, the original stewards of these lands and those whom we give thanks to as our hosts.